Tamebay at the British Library

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Tamebay now stands side by side with the greats of the English language. William Shakespeare, P.G. Wodehouse, Milton, Jeffrey Archer and now… Chris Dawson.

Yes, that’s right, we popped by the British Library in London on Monday to deposit a copy of the 2011 Tamebay Tools and Services Guide in to the national collection. Mostly because we could.

We’ll be starting work on the 2012 edition shortly. So keep ’em peeled for more details.

13 Responses

  1. Anybody who hasn’t downloaded and read this guide should do so now!

    Really looking forward to the 2012 edition – a really useful guide and I wish I’d seen a copy all those years ago. The mistakes I could have avoided!

    Well done Team Tamebay

  2. There are doubts about who actually wrote Shakespeare I hope in a few centuries there will be no doubts about who wrote the Tamebay Guide.

    As a matter of interest I have a mate who has the surname Shakespear (slight difference in spelling) he told me once that he was looking after an Author at a Book Signing(we all get to do this occassionally). On this occassion a Yank discovered that my mate had the surname Shakespear and was more interested in having his signature on the book than that of the author.

  3. Congratulations Chris! 🙂 Certainly a significant contribution to the library – especially for the young ones thinking of starting an eBay business.



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